Time for another Daily!

This time we're looking at worn black leather as this request has come up time and time again.

I have used

  • P3 Thamar Black

  • P3 Ironhull Grey and

  • P3 Menoth White Highlight

My main brushes are size 1 and 000 brushes from Artist Opus.

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Step 1 - the highlights are stippled on over our black basecoat roughly with Ironhull Grey. I am loosely following the folds in the material however I'm using a sketchy, stabby motion with the brush.

Step 1 - the highlights are stippled on over our black basecoat roughly with Ironhull Grey. I am loosely following the folds in the material however I'm using a sketchy, stabby motion with the brush.

Step 2 - Menoth White Highlight is added to Ironhull Grey to make a 50/50 mix. This is watered down 50/50 and applied very roughly with a mixture of random stipples and slashes - this will begin to build our textures.

Step 2 - Menoth White Highlight is added to Ironhull Grey to make a 50/50 mix. This is watered down 50/50 and applied very roughly with a mixture of random stipples and slashes - this will begin to build our textures.

Step 3 - the whole leather area is glazed with Thamar Black (10/1 water to paint) in two passes.

Step 3 - the whole leather area is glazed with Thamar Black (10/1 water to paint) in two passes.

Step 4 - Highlights are added with a 75/25 mix of Menoth White Highlight and Ironhull grey. These are applied in a more usual fashion along the extreme edges of folds etc. I have added dots and slashes of this mix to break up open areas and add more textures.

Step 4 - Highlights are added with a 75/25 mix of Menoth White Highlight and Ironhull grey. These are applied in a more usual fashion along the extreme edges of folds etc. I have added dots and slashes of this mix to break up open areas and add more textures.

Step 5 - the folds and scratches are picked out in pure Menoth White Highlight with our 000 brush.

Step 5 - the folds and scratches are picked out in pure Menoth White Highlight with our 000 brush.

Step 6 - the whole leather area is glazed with Thamar Black once again (10/1 water to paint) in two passes. This has tied our highlights and scuffs together to complete the worn leather effect... And we're done!

Step 6 - the whole leather area is glazed with Thamar Black once again (10/1 water to paint) in two passes. This has tied our highlights and scuffs together to complete the worn leather effect... And we're done!


What has Daz been painting today?

Well, that would be the Jake Williams from the Warcradle Classics range!

You can order your own Jake Williams miniature directly from us here or from your FLGS.

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